Accession Number : AD0455721
Title : A NEW GAMMA TRANSITION FOLLOWING THE DECAY OF 2.4-MINUTE 108AG,
Corporate Author : ATOMIC ENERGY OF CANADA LTD CHALK RIVER ONTARIO
Personal Author(s) : Taylor, H. W ; Eastwood, T. A.
Report Date : 30 SEP 1963
Pagination or Media Count : 7
Abstract : A low-intensity peak has been found at 1010 + or 30 keV in te gamma-ray spectrum of 2.4-minute 108Ag obtained with NaI scintillation spectrometers. Consideration of the source-to-crystal distance as well as the effects of absorbers and decay time shows that it is the full-energy peak of a 1010 + or - 30 keV gamma ray emitted by 108Ag. Gamma-gamma coincidence studies indicate that this gamma transition occurs between a new level at 1433 + or - 30 and the 433-keV level of 108Pd. (Author)
Descriptors : (*DECAY SCHEMES, SILVER), GROUND STATE, ELECTRON CAPTURE, GAMMA NEUTRON REACTIONS, THERMAL NEUTRONS, GAMMA RAY SPECTROSCOPY, GAMMA RAY SPECTRA, ENERGY, MEASUREMENT.
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE